Posts Tagged ‘Family’

“Raw” Is A Beautifully Crafted, Violent Debut From Julia Ducournau

    Justine and Alexia (Garance Marillier and Ella Rumpf) are sisters that come from a strictly vegetarian family; in the first scene of the film we see Justine getting food in a cafeteria with her parents and a piece...

Review: Netflix Original “Coin Heist” Forgets To Deliver Any Kind Of Message

When I was a kid, movies that were aiming for my demographic usually had a message they wanted to get across: nothing is more important than family, sometimes being yourself is the most powerful weapon, your imagination can cre...

Michael’s Top 10 Films of 2016

  We all know that 2016 was a rough year. It wasn’t all bad though. 2016 was another fantastic year for film going. That was especially true in the indie film world, where some of the better movies in recent memory s...


Throwback Thursday Review: Heavy Weights (1995)

There are certain movies that I watched as a young kid that will always hold a special place in my heart no matter how outdated they become: Major Payne, Bushwhacked, Hook, and obviously Heavy Weights are just a few of them. Ye...

Throwback Thursday Review: “Hook” (1991)

There are few movies I can watch again and again and feel the same excitement, have the same emotional investment, each and every time I watch them. “The Shawshank Redemption” is definitely one of them, as well as &...

Throwback Thursday Review: Little Monsters (1989)

If you ask any kid from the 80’s about “Little Monsters”, they will tell you that it is a classic; one of those movies you have to see. Aside from telling you who is in it and how it scared the hell out of the...


Review: “Saving Christmas” Is Insulting To Christians and Non-Christians Alike

The Holiday season is fast approaching and one thing my family always does is watch Christmas-themed films throughout the day. You of course have your 24 hour marathon of “A Christmas Story“, you have “Scrooge...

Flutter – A sad, yet touching story about a Mother’s love for her child

Written by: Eric Hueber and Tony Franklin Jr. Directed by: Eric Hueber Starring: Lindsay Pulsipher, Glenn Morshower, Johnathan Huth Jr., Charles Halford, Reis Myers McCormick, Jesse Plemons, and Charles  Baker JoLynn (Pulsipher...

The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

“The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet” is the newest film by visionary director Jean- Pierre Jeunet (Amelie, The City of Lost Children), starring Kyle Catlett as a 10 year old cartographer who leaves his family behi...